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Locum Senior Psychologist In The Brain Injury Programme Temporary

National Rehabilitation University HospitalDún Laoghaire, Dublin

Internal Recruitment Locum Senior Psychologist in the Brain Injury Programme Temporary, Full-Time (1.0 WTE) Who We Are The National Rehabilitation University Hospital (NRH) provides Complex Specialist Rehabilitation services to patients who, because of an accident, illness, or injury, have acquired a physical or cognitive disability and require a specialist programme of rehabilitation. The NRH is a tertiary referral hospital, and the only hospital of its type in the country. We are accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Backed by over 60 years’ experience, clinical expertise, and a solid reputation for excellence, the NRH provides patients with every opportunity to meet their rehabilitation goals through personalised treatment plans delivered by its Consultant-Led Interdisciplinary Teams. Rehabilitation Programmes at the NRH are tailored to meet the individual needs of adult and paediatric patients in the following areas of specialty: · Acquired Brain Injury · Stroke Specialty Programme · Spinal Cord System of Care · Prosthetic, Orthotic and Limb Absence Rehabilitation (POLAR) · Paediatric Family-Centred Rehabilitation · Outpatient Rehabilitation The Department of Psychology at NRH is established over 28 years and provides a suite of clinical services including psychological assessment, neuropsychological assessment and intervention, psychotherapy, behavioural and other psychological and educational interventions for patients, families/carers, and health care professionals. The Department of Psychology is currently recruiting for the following post in the following programme and specialty: 1.0 WTE Senior Psychologist (Temporary, Locum) in the Brain Injury Programme (Adult Neuropsychology) At the time of application, the candidate must possess: · A recognised University Degree or Diploma obtained with first- or second-class honours in which Psychology was taken as a major subject and honours were obtained in that subject. · A recognised postgraduate professional psychological qualification appropriate to the area of professional psychology in which the position is designated. Candidates who have completed their post-graduate training outside the Republic of Ireland must ensure that their qualification is validated by the Department of Health and Children. · Minimum of five years satisfactory postgraduate experience in the area of professional psychology in the designated area. The five years’ experience must be comprised of no more than three years of postgraduate training and no less than two years (Whole Time Equivalent) as a staff grade psychologist. · The requisite knowledge and ability, including a high standard of suitability and clinical ability, for the proper discharge of the duties of the office. · Experience of administering and interpreting neuropsychological batteries, undertaking clinical evaluations, providing recommendations, interventions, and clinical report-writing. · Experience of supervising, supporting, and managing staff, trainees and/or students. · Experience of working collaboratively with clinical professionals. · Proven leadership experience. · Experience of service development. · Research experience including publications and/or presentations at clinical and academic meetings. · Clear and effective communication skills. · For successful candidates who are interested in pursuing specialist training in neuropsychology, that they fulfil the requirements of the Division of Neuropsychology of the Psychological Society of Ireland. Please refer to the job specification for an outline of additional specific requirements and desirable experience in relation to this post. For informal enquiries, please contact: Dr Suvi Dockree , Principal Specialist Clinical Neuropsychologist/ Interim Head of Department of Psychology suvi.dockree@nrh.ie For further information about NRH, please refer to the NRH website and Annual Report 2023. _____________________________________________________________________ Applicants for the above post should submit a letter of application and Curriculum Vitae to arrive not later than 5:00pm on the 19th of July 2024 to Human Resources Department or email Deborah.Morrissey@nrh.ie . Job description is available for the post on request from Deborah Morrissey. Shortlisting may be carried out on the basis of the information supplied in your CV. The criteria for shortlisting is based on the requirements of the post as outlined above. Failure to include information regarding these requirements may result in you not being called forward for the next stage of the selection process. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed on Thursday 25thof July 2024 We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and support a smoke-free workplace policy.

3 days agoFull-time

Burger King Supervisor

Applegreen StoresSaint Margaret's, Dublin

Burger King Supervisor - Applegreen St Margarets As a Burger King Supervisor at Applegreen, you will be a crucial part of our front-line operations. If you’re looking for a fulfilling role where you can make a difference every day and build lasting relationships, we’d love to hear from you! Apply now to join the Applegreen family and become part of a company that values community, teamwork, our customers. What will I be doing as a Burger King Supervisor at Applegreen? INDHP

3 days ago

Sales Assistant

Applegreen StoresSaint Margaret's, Dublin

Sales Assistant - Applegreen St Margarets As a Sales Assistant at Applegreen, you will be a crucial part of our front-line operations. If you’re looking for a fulfilling role where you can make a difference every day and build lasting relationships, we’d love to hear from you! Apply now to join the Applegreen family and become part of a company that values community, teamwork, our customers. What will I be doing as a Sales Assistant at Applegreen?

3 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS)Dublin€29,293 - €46,447 per year

Job Summary Working alongside the academic, technical, and education staff, the Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to the Astronomy & Astrophysics Section, assisting staff and students with the day-to-day running of their research and engagement activities. Previous administrative experience is essential, with experience in an academic research environment desirable. Essential skills for the post: ●       Previous administrative experience. ●       Strong verbal and written communication and organisational skills. ●       Self-motivation, proactivity and problem solving skills. ●       Strong office computer skills. Highly desirable skills: ●       Demonstrated interest in astronomy and public engagement. ●       Willingness to be flexible on a day-to-day basis. ●       Experience of research project management in an academic research environment. ●       Knowledge of project funding structures and systems in both the European Commission and national bodies. Principal responsibilities: ●       Ordering day-to-day supplies for the Section and processing Purchase Orders for research and education projects. ●       Managing Petty Cash for the Section. ●       Checking staff and student travel requests and expense reports, including liaising with the Finance Office for payment processing. ●       Providing administrative support (including liaising with HR) for recruitment of new staff and students and overseeing scholarship administrative tasks. ●       Assisting with new staff/student inductions and keeping relevant Section documentation up-to-date. ●       Assisting Technical and Education Officers with project monitoring and reporting for externally funded projects. ●       Administrative support for seminars and conferences being hosted by the Section. ●       Assisting Education Officer with setup and running of Observatory events. ●       Managing Observatory phone and email queries. ●       Liaising with Facilities Officer, contractors, and suppliers to organise onsite visits, deliveries etc. ●       Managing onsite accommodation and administrative support for research visitors. ●       Assisting Technical Officers with Health and Safety checks onsite, with oversight of Section requirements. ●       Supporting general activities of students, researchers and staff in the Section. ●       Supporting consortia partner and stakeholder engagement. ●       Other administrative duties assigned by the Head of Section or Senior Academic or Technical Officer nominated by the Head of Section. Training: ●       Where necessary training will be provided. General Terms & Conditions for Clerical Officer Appointments: 1. Status The appointment will be on a full-time, pensionable basis. The person appointed will be required to serve a probationary period of six months and if his/her service is satisfactory his/her appointment will be confirmed by Council at the end of the probationary period. If it becomes clear that the person is unsuitable for permanent appointment owing to his/her failure to satisfy Council as regards attendance, conduct or general efficiency, his/her appointment may be terminated. The appointee will not be finally appointed to a permanent post until he/she is specifically certified by the Council on the recommendation of the Head of Section as having, during the period of probation, proved suitable for permanent appointment as regards health, conduct and general efficiency and as regards his/her oral and written proficiency in Irish. 2. Duties The appointee will be required to perform any duties assigned to him/her, from time to time, by the Council of DIAS as appropriate to the post. 3. Location of Post The post of Administrative Assistant in the Astronomy & Astrophysics Section is based primarily at DIAS Dunsink Observatory but the person will also be required to work at 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2. Travelling expenses and subsistence allowances will be payable at rates fixed, from time to time, by the Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science, on the recommendation of the Council and with the concurrence of the Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform, in respect of authorised absences from home and headquarters on DIAS business. 4. Salary The post holder will be paid at the rate applicable to the grade of the Clerical Officer Scale as recommended by the Council of DIAS with the approval of the Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science and the consent of the Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform. The current New Entrant (PPC) salary scale ranges from €29,293p.a. rising by 15 annual increments to €46,447p.a. This rate will apply where the appointee is a new entrant or is an existing civil or public servant appointed on or after 6th April 1995 and is required to make a personal pension contribution. A lower rate will apply where the appointee is a civil or public servant recruited before 6thApril 1995 who is not required to make a Personal Pension Contribution. For persons entering the Public Sector for the first time, the starting pay will be at the minimum of the scale. 5. Hours of Work The person will be required to work 35 hours net per week, Monday to Friday. 6. Annual Leave The annual leave allowance for the post is 22 working days, rising to 23 after 5 years service, 24 after 10 years service, 25 after 12 years service and 26 after 14 years . This is exclusive of bank and public holidays but inclusive of Christmas closure days. Leave is granted in accordance with the Organisation and Working time Act 1997. The statutory leave allowance (20 days) must be taken in the leave year in which it accrues or within six months of the start of the next leave year. 7. Sick Leave Paid sick leave may be granted to the appointee in line with the sick leave arrangements applicable in DIAS as authorised by the Minister for Education and Skills with the concurrence of the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform. The current sick leave arrangements are as set out in the Public Service Management Sick Leave Regulations, SI 124 of 2014. The sick leave regulations may be amended from time to time by the Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science, with the concurrence of the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform. Under the current rules, the maximum uncertified sick leave allowance of full time staff is seven days in a rolling period of twenty-four months. Certified sick leave entitlements are as follows. (i)       Ordinary Sick Pay : A maximum of 92 days (includes weekends etc.) on full pay in aone year period, followed by a maximum of 91 days (includes weekends etc.) on half pay, subject to a maximum of 183 days (includes weekends etc.) in a rolling 4 year period. (ii)     Critical Illness Sick Pay : Access to a maximum of 183 days (includes weekends etc.) on full pay, followed by a maximum of 182 days (includes weekends etc.) on half pay, subject to a maximum of 365 days (includes weekends etc.) in a rolling four year period. (iii)   Temporary Rehabilitation Pay : Following periods of sick leave there will be a provision for Temporary Rehabilitation Pay for individuals who need a longer period of time to address their health needs. An appointee who pays Class A1 PRSI will be required to sign a mandate authorising the Department of Social Protection to pay any benefits due under the Social Welfare Acts directly to DIAS and payment during illness will be subject to the appointee making the necessary claims for social insurance benefit to the Department of Social Protection. 8. Pension Pension benefits will be granted under the relevant scheme, membership of which is compulsory. A first-time new entrant to public sector pensionable employment will be a member of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme, as will a former public servant unless they had worked in a pensionable capacity in the public service (non-single scheme terms) within 26 weeks of taking up appointment. A former pensionable public servant who does not qualify for membership of the Single Scheme will be a member of the DIAS pension scheme. Appointees will be required to complete a declaration of public sector service which will include entitlements to public service pension benefits (in payment or preserved) 9. DIAS is designated as an approved organisation under Section 4 of the Superannuation and Pensions Act 1963 and the Local Government (Transfer of Service) Scheme, for transferring service for pension purposes. 10. The relevant Pension Scheme will set out the retirement age and the terms on which pension is accrued. 11. Outside Interests. The post is whole time and the appointee may not engage in, or be connected with any outside business which, in the opinion of Council, would interfere or conflict with the performance of the duties attached to the post. 12. Regulations. The appointee will be subject to such regulations as may be made by the Council, with the approval of the Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science, or any regulation replacing or amending such regulations. 13. Resignation. An appointee who wishes to resign will be required to give four weeks’ notice of proposed termination date.

3 days agoFull-time

Administrative Officer

Fulbright CommissionDublin€42,000 per year

Background The Fulbright Commission in Ireland is a bilateral partnership supported by the U.S. Department of State and the Irish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs, as well as the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Its funding is derived from Irish and U.S. governments, higher education institutions, public agencies, organizations, and donations. The Fulbright Commission in Ireland annually awards grants for Irish citizens to study, research, or teach in the U.S. and for Americans to do the same in Ireland. The primary grant program that the Commission manages is Fulbright Program, whose purpose, since 1946, is to increase mutual respect and understanding between people of the United States and people of other countries through educational and cultural exchange. The Position Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the successful candidate must: • Have a minimum of four years’ experience in an AO or equivalent role • Have excellent communication (written and spoken), administration, and interpersonal skills • Have excellent IT skills with strong Microsoft Office skills • Have some bookkeeping / finance experience • Enjoy working in a fast-paced, creative environment, collaborating in a small team, and effectively responding to tasks and requests • Empathise with Fulbright’s purpose • Be legally eligible to work in the Republic of Ireland The following are desirable: • In-depth experience with CRM systems • Experience of office management • Knowledge of the Irish and U.S. higher education systems Principal Duties and Responsibilities The following duties and responsibilities are indicative, but not exhaustive. They may change over time to reflect the Commission’s changing context, priorities, and activities. Administration: • Assist with administrative duties of the Executive Director • Manage supplier payments for approval by the Executive Director • Assist with sponsor credit control with the Executive Director • Administer office requirements • Provide administrative support for award programs as needed • Provide administrative support for orientation and cultural programs / events for awardees as needed • Provide support for awards and communications programs at peak activity times • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director Board Meetings / Events: • Provision of administrative support for Fulbright Commission Board meetings and events (e.g. Board papers, catering arrangements). General Administration: • Assisting with file and diary management, office administration, telephone reception, and post. • Monitoring and ordering office supplies Remuneration and Benefits Contract Tenure: A twenty-four-month contract with effect from August 2024 is being offered initially. A six-month probation period will apply. Contract is likely to be renewed after initial 24- month period Salary: From €42,000 per annum gross Pension: The Commission operates a contributory pension scheme. Other benefits: The Commission operates a death-in-service scheme. Leave: 22 days (including two U.S. celebration days) Location: Commission employees work from the main office on Merrion Square and can agree to work, in part, from a home office. Application Interested applicants should submit by email by 5 PM on July 31st, 2024 • A short cover letter outlining motivation for applying and relevant experience • A detailed curriculum vitae • The names / contact details of two referees.

3 days agoFull-time


Hugh J. Ward & Co. SolicitorsRemote, Dublin

Hugh J. Ward and Company Solicitors are seeking to recruit a Solicitor to join their team.  Position objective: Working with other solicitors and a dedicated team of experienced legal executives and support staff. Position will suit somebody who can work as part of a team and also on their own initiative. Great potential for career advancement and development. This job description is meant as a guideline to outline the key areas of responsibility.  Skills and experience: The duties and expectations outlined are not exhaustive and can change from time to time. Salary will be commensurate on relevant experience. If you wish to apply for this role please email a CV and cover letter to: hjward@hughjwardsolicitors.ie

3 days ago

Legal Advisor

Legal Services Regulatory AuthorityDublin

The Legal Services Regulatory Authority is recruiting for a Legal Advisor who will play a key role in the delivery of the LSRA’s functions. The Legal Advisor will work in the Legal Services and Regulation Unit reporting to the Head of the Legal Services, Levy and Registration Department. The Legal Advisor will be responsible for a challenging volume and range of legal advice tasks, on both a responsive and project basis. The successful candidate will be required to work as part of a small team and also on their own initiative. The application form and information booklet for the role can be found at Legal Advisor Applications should be made electronically by email to recruit@lsra.ie. Closing date for applications is noon (12 pm) on Monday 22 July 2024.

3 days ago

Employment Tax Manager


Employment Tax Manager, Dublin Apply now » Date: 9 Jul 2024 Location: Dublin, IE, IE Company: Allied Irish Bank Role: Employment Tax Manager Location: Hybrid working, which will include a blend of onsite (Molesworth St, Dublin) and remote working Are you looking for a new challenge? AIB Finance are looking for a talented and ambitious Employment Tax Manager to join our Group Tax team. This is a permanent role with a competitive benefits package including pension and holiday entitlements. Our Finance team are key to AIB’s success in delivering its strategic and financial objectives. We are looking for individuals of all backgrounds who want to be part of that successful team, develop their skills, realise their potential and enjoy rewarding careers. We have a hybrid working model that enables our people to balance their time between working from home and the office. Supporting our teams in this way is important to our success. Sound interesting? Then we’d love to hear from you. About the Role: Our teams work to provide insightful financial information to inform decision making across AIB, meet our regulatory commitments, manage AIB’s capital, liquidity and cost effectively and protect the assets of our business for the long term. By doing that we work to contribute to an exceptional customer experience. In Group Tax, our key objective is to support the business through the delivery of a comprehensive tax advisory service. This is achieved by ensuring that all statutory tax obligations are met and that the Group’s tax position is efficiently managed in accordance with the Group Tax Policy. Key Responsibilities Include: Life at AIB AIB is an equal opportunities employer, and we pride ourselves on being the first bank in Ireland to receive the Investors in Diversity Gold Standard for Inclusion & Diversity. We work to ensure that AIB is a place where diversity is welcome, everyone can thrive, and inclusion is a universal experience. We also pride ourselves in having a range of supports for our people for the challenges life might sometimes throw at them. At AIB, we have a clear purpose - to back our customers to achieve their dreams and ambitions. We want to be at the heart of our customers’ financial lives by giving them an exceptional experience. Sustainability is a core part of our strategy, and we are leading the way in climate finance in Ireland and we pledge to DO MORE. If this is for you, we would like to hear from you. Click apply and fill in the online application form. We welcome applications from people of diverse backgrounds and abilities and we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for all applicants and employees. If you would like more information about the role or working in AIB or should you have a reasonable accommodation request, then please contact the Talent Acquisition Team at careers@aib.ie By when? Closing date is  Tuesday 23rd July 2024 Disclaimer: Unsolicited CV’s sent to AIB by Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted for this position. AIB operates a direct sourcing model and where agency assistance is required, the Talent Acquisition team will engage directly with our recruitment partners. Job Segment: Recruiting, Compliance, Law, Bank, Banking, Human Resources, Legal, Finance Apply now »

3 days agoPermanent

Senior Healthcare Assistant

Komfort KareDublin

Are you a dedicated and qualified Home Support Worker/Care Assistant looking for a step up in your career? Are you available for full time hours between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm? Do you have access to your transport for work? Then we would like to hear from you TODAY! Calling All Home Support Workers! Is it time to progress? As Komfort Kare continues to grow, we continue to look for talented and qualified care staff to join our team! About Us: Komfort Kare provides clients with professional healthcare services. We cater to clients nationally across Ireland. Our healthcare team has 20+ years of experience in Social and Home Care in Ireland. Our Home Care team helps and goes above and beyond to care for vulnerable adults, elderly people, and children. They are experienced dedicated, resilient, empathetic, and understanding. Komfort Kare also acts as an HSE provider. We offer clients a range of behavioral support, domestic assistance, personal care, complex care, ASD and ID Support, and 24-hour health care services. As a Senior Support Worker, in addition to standard care provision, you will be tasked with: · Overseeing shadowing of new Care Staff in your area. · Support Supervisors. · Responding to calls as required. · Create, Implement, and monitor care plans. · Be a good role model to junior Care Staff. · Spot Checking Home Support Workers To be considered for this role, you must be qualified with QQI Level 5 Major, have access to transport, have 2+ years of experience, and be available to work up to 12 hours shifts per day, including every 2nd weekends, from 8 am to 10 pm. As a Senior Support Worker with Komfort Kare, you will be tasked with all aspects of care provision in addition to the above. In this role – you will be attending clients who rely on us the most! Job Description How To Apply? Go to Komfortkare. ie and click our career page or Komfort Kare on Rezoomo and complete our application form! Komfort Kare Website: https://www.komfortkare.ie/careers Rezoomo: https://www.rezoomo.com/company/komfort-kare/jobs/ **Only applicants who completed the application form will be consider**

3 days agoFull-time

Clinical Assessor

Komfort KareDublin

Job Name Clinical Home Care Assessor About Us Komfort Kare provides clients with professional Health Care services. We cater to clients nationally across Ireland. Our Health Care team have 20+ years of experience in Social and Home Care in Ireland. Our Home Care team helps and goes above and beyond to care for vulnerable adults, elderly people and children. They are experienced, dedicated, resilient, empathetic, and understanding. Komfort Kare also acts as a HSE provider. We offer clients a range of behavioural support, domestic assistance, personal care, complex care, ASD and ID Support, and 24-hour health care services. Job Description for Clinical Assessor – Homecare As Clinical Assessor you will play a critical role in the organisation by assessing the suitability of patients for receiving in-home care and treatment. You will work closely with MDTs you will evaluate medical conditions, the needs of the clients, and to determine what level of care is necessary for the individual client. Conducting comprehensive assessments to develop care plans and collaborate with MDTs maximising outcomes. Key Responsibilities: How to apply? Go to Komfortkare.ie and select our career page or Komfort Kare on Rezoomo and complete our application form! Komfort Kare Website: https://www.komfortkare.ie/careers Rezoomo: https://www.rezoomo.com/company/komfort-kare/jobs/ **Only applicants who completed the application form will be consider** Note: This job description is intended to provide a general overview of the position and may be subject to change based on organisational needs and priorities.

3 days ago
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